"A Place in the Son: Fitly Joined Together in Love and Growing in Christ" is a guide to growing in Christ in harmony with other true believers. Readers are urged to examine their beliefs and their lives and surrender all to Christ. The God who is Love has a calling(s) and a place in the body of Christ for every unique person. The wonderful works of God are accomplished as believers obey the Head, Jesus Christ, and love and serve with their assigned partners in the body of Christ. "A Place in the Son" calls believers to press on, to step into the realm of the supernatural, and to enjoy daily fellowship and intimacy with God. Personal experiences and testimonies of God's faithfulness combine with the Word of God to inspire readers. Both new believers and seasoned saints will find enlightenment and encouragement in the pages of this book. The call of "A Place in the Son" is loud and clear: "Search the Scriptures! Know who you are in Christ! Wake up, sleeping giants!"
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Clarence Ogle is a retired soldier and certified public accountant living in El Paso, Texas. He has shared the gospel of Jesus Christ and the love of God with inmates in local jails for over twenty-five years. He currently teaches the "Growing in Christ" course at the Rogelio Sanchez State Jail. Clarence serves as an elder in his church - Destiny Family Christian Center. He and his wife Hayriye have been married for forty-four years and have children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
This book is choke full of insight , I agreed with some and some I did not agree with, I am a Christian and I do NOT drink and I do not think it's okay to drink that is just my opinion I have Christian friends who think its okay to drink. Another thing I did not agree with was Ogle said that Christians would through the tribulation. I hope that's not the case.
There is a lot of scripture in this book it is not one you can read in one sitting. It is very heavy stuff and will take you time to let it all sink in and I would suggest following along in your Bible as well.
I gave this book 3.5 stars because of my difference of opinion.
I was given a copy of this book by the author for my honest review